The story of how my great-grandmother almost didn't make it to the U.S.
My genealogy story
1935 - 2013
In July 1940, consular officials from three nations conspired to open an escape route for Jews out of occupied France. Why did they do it?
Lesser Franklin's story of travel, family history, and town building.
Tracks the Suttleman/Zitelman family from the area around Rivne, Ukraine to Baltimore, Maryland and Curitiba, Brazil
A repository for information about the life of my late great grandfather Hyman Victor, a Jewish immigrant who came to America in 1913.
How the truth behind my grand-mother's life was revealed as gossip at her burial, and only shown to be true 20 years later.
The life of German immigrant and American citizen, Bernard Becker.
Before moving his family to Berlin in 1912, Isaak Wohlgemuth prospered as a mover in Danzig. His family roots were in nearby West Prussia.
The home of a French Jewish jeweller was "Aryanized" and became a Nazi salon during the Occupation.
Though raised in a Jewish household, Chelsea confronts her family’s deepest mystery: her grandfather Karl Stöcker’s rumored Nazi past.